Personal Training Philosophy
Personal training should be just as it’s described; “personal." That means that not only should a trainer implement exercise programs designed specifically for the needs of his or her individual clients, but also be approachable, personable and professional. The best personal trainers are the ones that “create” an environment it which their clients feel comfortable and inspired to do their best. If a client feels comfortable, relaxed and inspired, they’re naturally going to be more focused, excited and driven to meet their fitness goals. When you put it all together, it adds up to one thing and one thing only; success!

Hobbies and Interests
Strength Training, Running, Biking, Isshinryu Karate, Music, Cooking, Growing and tending fruit trees and bushes, Winemaking

Degrees and Certifications
  • Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist, National
    Strength and Conditioning Association 2005
  • Certified Conditioning Specialist, National Strength Professionals Association 2004
  • Certified Personal Trainer, National Strength
    Professionals Association 2003
  • Bachelor of Arts in English Literature,
    Millersville University 1989